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Canada: drop in smoking partly attributed to rise in vaping

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Amidst talk of toxic emissions, the gateway effect in teens and other unsound theories, for the recent few years some anti-smoking groups and government...

The most and least vaping friendly cities in the US

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Researchers from think tank R Street Institute have created Vapescore.org, an interactive database which rank 52 U.S. cities on their friendliness to vaping. “While...

BAT suggests regulations to bridge vaping products

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The author of this article is a spokesperson from British American Tobacco, (BAT), the second largest tobacco manufacturer in the US, who is greatly...

Tips on how to successfully use e-cigs to quit smoking

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The article started off by making reference to the study published by Public Health England in 2015, which found vaping to be at least...

E-cigs included in Uk tobacco control survey

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In October 2015, a legislation was passed prohibiting the sale of nicotine containing products to under 18s. In an attempt to examine the local...

EU Commission launches public consultation on Ecigs

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The Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union of the EU Commission is launching a public consultation on "the structure and rates of excise duty applied to...

Clive Bates: An incredible regulatory process for Ecigs in the USA

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Interviewed by Patricia Kovacevic, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Nicopure Labs, Clive Bates is questioned about his perspective of the regulatory framework the e-cigarette...

Released: New book on Analytical Assessment of Ecigs

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"It is an honor for me to present you the book titled: "Analytical Assessment of e-Cigarettes: From Contents to Chemical and Particle Exposure Profiles". Analytical...

CoP7: Again an unfair assessment of Ecigs in a harm-reduction context

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No good basis on ENDS/ENNDS to ensure success New Delhi's CoP7 to the WHO FCTC is over and leaves a bitter taste to vapers who will...

COP 7 urges tighter regulations and MasterCard cracks down on vape vendors

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WHO COP 7 “invites” governments to ban vaping The World Health Organisation’s COP 7 conference, which met last week in New Delhi, has maintained its...
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